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    who will be tha nxt franchise QB

    I think no matter which QB they draft if it's Bridgewater,Manziel,Garoppolo,or Mettenberger, i think they will be in good hands wit Norv Turner and I'm pretty sure if Turner feels he has wat it take to make it in da league then they will draft him. He helped develop Troy Aikman in Dallas, worked out Drew Brees when the Chargers drafted him and was San Diego's head coach during Philip Rivers' formative seasons

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    the more i see of this kid METTENBERGER i think he makes the most sense. at LSU HE MADE PLAYS DOWN FIELD AND IS 6'4'' 225 .HURT HIS ACL BUT I THINK HE PASSES MEDICAL WE GRAB HIM .LETS HOPE HE DOESNT GET DRAFTED IN THE EARLY 2ROUND ..IF CARR AND BRIDGEWATER DONT GET DRAFTED IN THE FIRTS TEN OR 8 ...LOOK TO SEE THEM DROP LIKE A ROCK BECAUSE LACK OF NEED AND A DEEP DRAFT ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleblood32 View Post
    the more i see of this kid METTENBERGER i think he makes the most sense. at LSU HE MADE PLAYS DOWN FIELD AND IS 6'4'' 225 .HURT HIS ACL BUT I THINK HE PASSES MEDICAL WE GRAB HIM .LETS HOPE HE DOESNT GET DRAFTED IN THE EARLY 2ROUND ..IF CARR AND BRIDGEWATER DONT GET DRAFTED IN THE FIRTS TEN OR 8 ...LOOK TO SEE THEM DROP LIKE A ROCK BECAUSE LACK OF NEED AND A DEEP DRAFT ...
    I agree he is a bargain if we can get him in the third or even McCarron in the fourth. I don't like McCarron as much but he has faced top talent in the SEC and I think he could be good if coached up. I think he all the intangibles.

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    Bridgewater is not a first round pick, if they can take him in the second I could live with it. I would rather they went with Carr over Bridgewater. That being said would don't even want a qb with the #1 Pick, would rather take what is available later or even wait for next year.

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    who will be tha nxt franchise QB

    Of all the QBs, only Manziel shows that (he *MIGHT* be a superstar) wow talent. The rest look from competent to "I'm will to be lt in him due to the price"; as such, if Manziel is gone, I deep down really REALLY don't want to get a QB in the first round. I see Mechenberger as big a risk as Bortles. The only difference is Zachary blew he ACL, Bortles didn't.

    I only see Manziel as a possible franchise QB, and even he has question marks. I still would bet on him though. A #8 is about the same as. #12, and all of us have NO problem with the amount of time given to Ponder nor the decision to move beyond him. I see Manziel in much the same light.

    I think there WILL be a superstar QB in this draft, but if it's not Manziel, it's a crap shoot. Well, a BIGGER crap shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drewlovs View Post
    Of all the QBs, only Manziel shows that (he *MIGHT* be a superstar) wow talent. The rest look from competent to "I'm will to be lt in him due to the price"; as such, if Manziel is gone, I deep down really REALLY don't want to get a QB in the first round. I see Mechenberger as big a risk as Bortles. The only difference is Zachary blew he ACL, Bortles didn't.

    I only see Manziel as a possible franchise QB, and even he has question marks. I still would bet on him though. A #8 is about the same as. #12, and all of us have NO problem with the amount of time given to Ponder nor the decision to move beyond him. I see Manziel in much the same light.

    I think there WILL be a superstar QB in this draft, but if it's not Manziel, it's a crap shoot. Well, a BIGGER crap shoot.
    That's your opinion. I think Manziel has the biggest bust potential of any of the "big name" QBs in this draft. I'd bet a lot of the stuff he got away with in college won't work in the pros where everyone is bigger, stronger, faster. Many more of those balls he throws up for grabs will be picked off or knocked down, unless he's throwing to a Calvin Johnson or Brandon Marshall (which he likely won't be). I've ready many draft reports that say that Bridgewater is the star of this class and has ALL the tools to be a multiple Pro Bowl QB. I read one scouting report this morning that Manziel projects to be a 3rd round pick.
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    How about the kid from Pitt .... getting a lot of buzz lately. Big kid with a pretty big arm. Drop back passer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplepat View Post
    That's your opinion. I think Manziel has the biggest bust potential of any of the "big name" QBs in this draft. I'd bet a lot of the stuff he got away with in college won't work in the pros where everyone is bigger, stronger, faster. Many more of those balls he throws up for grabs will be picked off or knocked down, unless he's throwing to a Calvin Johnson or Brandon Marshall (which he likely won't be). I've ready many draft reports that say that Bridgewater is the star of this class and has ALL the tools to be a multiple Pro Bowl QB. I read one scouting report this morning that Manziel projects to be a 3rd round pick.
    While that is true, he also has the highest ceiling. Does his game translate to the NFL? Some think so, some not but his talent and his scrambling is going to be fun to watch. I see him as a Tarkenton or even a Wilson.

    I have read a lot of articles and I haven't heard any of them talking about Bridgewater and multiple pro bowls, which articles were they? They say he is the most NFL ready and he could be a good pro but pro bowls, I haven't heard that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by purplepat View Post
    That's your opinion. I think Manziel has the biggest bust potential of any of the "big name" QBs in this draft. I'd bet a lot of the stuff he got away with in college won't work in the pros where everyone is bigger, stronger, faster. Many more of those balls he throws up for grabs will be picked off or knocked down, unless he's throwing to a Calvin Johnson or Brandon Marshall (which he likely won't be). I've ready many draft reports that say that Bridgewater is the star of this class and has ALL the tools to be a multiple Pro Bowl QB. I read one scouting report this morning that Manziel projects to be a 3rd round pick.
    Well you should stop reading scouting reports that are old as shit.

    Manziel is CERTAINLY going to be drafted in the first round. So, anyone projecting him to be picked in the 3rd round is not worth taking any time to read. Now, if they say they would not take him until the third round ... fine, but then they certainly will not get him.

    I also have not seen ANYWHERE calling Bridgewater a multiple Pro Bowl QB. He is falling fast and since his atrocious Pro Day clearly more and more are looking at him as a nice QB at best.

    JM clearly has the biggest boom possibility and very few are arguing with that. They also know that he has the biggest bust possibility. I have seen a few that think Bortles or even Carr could blossom into something special ... but almost every account I have read says we know exactly what we have in Bridgewater already. Which is a solid starter ... nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midgensa View Post
    Well you should stop reading scouting reports that are old as shit.

    Manziel is CERTAINLY going to be drafted in the first round. So, anyone projecting him to be picked in the 3rd round is not worth taking any time to read. Now, if they say they would not take him until the third round ... fine, but then they certainly will not get him.

    I also have not seen ANYWHERE calling Bridgewater a multiple Pro Bowl QB. He is falling fast and since his atrocious Pro Day clearly more and more are looking at him as a nice QB at best.

    JM clearly has the biggest boom possibility and very few are arguing with that. They also know that he has the biggest bust possibility. I have seen a few that think Bortles or even Carr could blossom into something special ... but almost every account I have read says we know exactly what we have in Bridgewater already. Which is a solid starter ... nothing more.
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